Isolating means that you must:
Stay at home at all times, except to leave for essential food and medical supplies and to attend in-person medical visits to treat your condition
Not have any visitors to your home
Avoid contact with people outside of your home whenever possible
While you are isolating:
Avoid sharing items, such as toothbrushes, cups, and other personal items
Everyone in the home should wear a mask
Open your windows to reduce any potential virus particles in the air
Everyone should regularly wash their hands and hand sanitize
Disinfect high touch household surfaces daily
If you must leave the home for essential supplies while you are isolating, you must:
Wear a mask in public
Keep 6 feet or more distance from others
Wash you hands or hand sanitize frequently, especially after touching your mask, coughing, sneezing, or blowing your nose, and touching your face
*Note: Anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 and is under quarantine orders should not leave the home for essential supplies. They can only leave for medical services to care for their condition.
If you develop symptoms of COVID while isolating, you must:
Contact the tribe’s Lead Contact Tracer at (715)-793-5616. If symptoms become severe or life-threatening, call 911 or go to the Emergency Room. Make sure to inform medical personnel that you were in isolation.
Close contacts are released from isolation if they do not develop symptoms within the 14-day period that they are potentially infectious.